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to come, john boehner reappoints michele bachmann to the house intelligence committee. i'll ask karen finney what it means for our national security. can she be trusted? we're right back. >>> tonight in our survey, i asked will the nra and republicans block responsible gun legislation. 90% of you say yes. 10% of you say no. >>> next, known conspiracy theorist michele bachmann is keeping her seat on the house intelligent committee. karen finley will tell us how bad it is. suddenly, she does something unexpected and you see the woman you fell in love with. she's everything to you. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sexual activity. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for ches
to happen today until of all people michele bachmann, who had missed the first roll call and a woman by the name of marsha blackburn who had a bloody nose came back into the chamber and were able to cast votes in favor of speaker boehner saving him from the embarrassment of being the second person since 1913 to go a second ballot. make no mistakes about it, a lot of disenfranchised and angry conservative members of the house republican conference spoke out today. they made a symbolic protest. it got close to being a pretty huge story. certainly significant, but moving forward you will see a different speaker boehner, one who very much will adhere to the most conservative part of his conference because, quite frankly, politically right now he needs to. >> luke, how desperate must things be for an individual like speaker john boehner to have to rely on an individual like michele bachmann? >> reporter: it's a lot different than what we saw when he first came in here. there has been protests against a leader before. in 2010 it wasn't as significant but 20 democrats voted against nancy pe
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and here you are back at it again. michele bachmann, welcome to the ring. the first congressional elbow from the sky on michele bachmann and boy does she richly deserve it wasting time and money doing nonsense like this. we will see you of course, as always on the youngturks.com and up next, viewpoint with eliot spitzer. >> eliot: good evening, i'm eliot spitzer. this is "viewpoint." the 113th congress convened today for the first time under the capital dome in washington. let's hope it does a better job at governing than the 112th. with the so-called vote on the fiscal cliff behind him and the fight under raising the debt ceiling underway, republican congressman john boehner was re-elected to a second term as speaker. house clerk karen haas gave the tally. >> total number of votes cast is 426 of which the honorable john a. boehner of the state of ohio has received 220. the honorable nancy pelosi of the state of california has received 192. >> eliot: while pelosi got solid support with five democrats voting against her a dozen conserv
. you see in this congress michele bachmann and michele bachmann one of these -- wannabe's. there are fights about redistricting. >> use of the one strength the president obama, his rhetorical skill, is not sufficient. >> it has not been used at the scale necessary in this time of crisis. america is in a crossroads. this is a moment comparable to coming out of the great depression. this was a moment coming out of the financial crisis when tectonic shifts are under way in this country. hope is not a policy. policy is a wonky word. hope needs a story, a narrative. here is what is going on in this country. president obama now is speaking more forcefully about what he wants to do it and against smoking out those who are obstructing. this is really wonky. anyway, i think one of the most exciting things are the movements of our times. i closed this book out before occupy. i wrote about wisconsin. our correspondent was there for 57 days. that was about occupying the state house. occupy has become a brand. it has also become e ncampments. soon it will need to be more than a space
and faces. donald trump led at one point, michele bachmann led at one point, rick perry, herman cain, newt gingrich, rick santorum. what do they have in common? they were leading in the polls. what's your prescription for this primary problem? >> well, my next endeavor, the nonpaying one, is going to be to head up the republican main street partnership to give comfort and cover to both center right republicans and center left, i guess, democrats to stand up from the fringe groups on the right and left who have the courage to do the right thing. you know, if governor rendell and i were in charge, we would have fixed this thing. >> thank you both. >>> coming up, the house finally got around to voting on a package for the victims of hurricane sandy. it may sound like a small thing, but a conservative group promised to target those who voted for it. this is "hardball" the place for politics. d. total effects cc cream c for color. c for correction. [ female announcer ] fight 7 signs of aging flawlessly. cc what's possible. >>> welcome back to "hardball." after a week in which the democrats and
-sponsor the bill with michele bachmann when it was introduced? >> against i've only voted a couple times. i wasn't here i believe when it came throughivities it was the first bill introduced in the 113th, michele bachmann's former repeal of obama care, apparently has no co-sponsors. >> i'll have to go back, if we can jump on that, i will definitely be on that 100%. >> have you had a chance to meet michele bachmann and other tea party leaders witness the party? >> yes, sir, i have. >> what is your take? is the goal to work more cohesively within the new 113th and the republican caucus in general? or is it to be more, again, looking for the accountability that you are, probably a little more obstinate? >> no, i think what you'll see out of the 113th congress is we will come together, we will have better consensus and a better message action a clearer message when we come out of the conference and you'll see more unanimity -- sometimes that word is hard for me -- but more people behind that and promoting that. i think you'll see that out of the 113th congress from the people i've talked to. >> all
'm drawing a blank who ran for president, my gosh. what's her face. >> michele bachmann? >> excuse me. i'm having a senior moment at 40. but michele bachmann introducing an obama appeal. and then the person bringing up the parenthood bill. is this the beginning of the same old same old? >> well, it seems like it. i think part of what's important to recognize, in this consistency and this willingness to continue with the very clear war on women's reproductive rights, you know, i think what we're seeing with the 113th congress is anticipating the fact that roe v. wade is going to be challenged in the supreme court during this session. and so they are just setting themselves, very clearly, that the republicans in the 113th, on the side, they're trying to continue a momentum that is an anti-choice, anti-reproductive rights momentum in part because they recognize this is going to come to a head. this is going to become literally a choice of going into the 2014 midterm elections for voters. >> that senior moment has thrown me off. my big apologies to michele bachmann. the diversity issue in th
michele bachmann. i want her to stick around. >> john: all comedians love her. >> the congresswoman from minnesota. >> your love for michele bachmann not withstanding, it is very clear that there's a very specific agenda that has nothing to do with science. nothing to do with observation fact, making decisions based on those things. it is very clear-cut forward-looking, unbreakable agenda which is why paul ryan keeps coming back with personhood bills. >> john: i think you're right rachel. some are determined to have less women vote g.o.p. every year. i don't know how they're going to get around that problem. yan is, they were only warning us about the movie "2012". for a peek at what's coming up next on "say anything" with joy behar, please welcome the alpha omega, my future wife, joy behar. >> joy: thanks john. on tonight's "say anything," i'll talk to marlon wayans about his movie "haunted house." are the ghosts in mrs. muir old film about a ghost also white? >> white people going to live forever. black people, when we die we dead. we sleepin'. we work too hard. you know what? that whi
're not supposed to say that. bill march called sarah palin every name in the book, michele bachmann every name, david letterman has done it. my favorite, chris matthews did it again and again and again, insulting women. mark called michele bachmann mentally retarded. letterman attacked palin's daughter. she was 14, give me a break. nothing, nothing ever happened. it is profound hypocrisy. that's a theme in the book, how incredibly hypocritical the left has been in ripping this country apart. claiming to be the great champions and defender of women. yet, they'll only defend liberal women and their policies are systematically wreaking havoc on the very groups they claim to be champ uponning. women is a perfect example. highest poverty rate in 17 years as a result of the absurd policies of the administration, the job-killing policies of this administration. the extreme poverty rate for women is at an all time high. that means those women in america living below after the poverty line, we should not have women living below half the poverty line in the country, but 7.5 million of them are. more peo
on you. newt gingrich is an error lobbyist -- uber lobbyist. barney frank talk about michele bachmann. he also called out newt gingrich and said he held him responsible for the demonization of opponents that has contributed to the atmosphere we live in today. i do think he came into the house. he slashed all of the caucasus and civility. we are seeing this. this is a man who a few days ago talked about education reform in the context of firing the janitors in schools and putting the kids to work. a lot of the media called that unconventional. [laughter] let's repeal child labor laws that we fought hard for in this country. bring in dickens to chronicle it. i do think there is the cruelty amidst the reality show debates we have been subjected to. who is running this, entertainment or news? there is a cruelty when people cheer that someone dies without health care or bbo a soldier that dies in iraq. >> i am joking about herman cain. he is a guy who cannot hide the truth well. that makes me more comfortable with the idea that i know who he is about so i can make a decision. >> are you talkin
. early on, there were so many time, he could have just turned, mike barnicle, to michele bachmann, who said something outrageous and go, wait a second. i'm a conservative. are you kidding me? or to herman cain or when sarah palin was running around calling barack obama a socialist, bordering on a communist and all these other things that were going on. crazy never wins but we learned another thing. you better stand up to crazy if you want to win in bucks county, pennsylvania, if you want to win in the i-4 corridor or win in the suburbs of ohio and if you want to win in the place where elections are actually won! >> you know, i would ask you, john heilemann, as a keen obser observer of the electoral scene was not the dye cast for mitt romney and perhaps the rest of the year in terms of republican politics on the evening when all of the 10 candidates on stage were asked to raise their hands if they were in favor of a dollar raise in revenue and $10 in budget cuts? not one raised his or her hand. that was the definition of crazy right there. >> a vivid illustration. you think about mitt r
a brutal and horrible crime, stop. enough said. >> exactly. >> michele bachmann, introduced her first bill. tweeting last week on the bill is to "repeal obama care in its xwir entirety." is the last election resonating at all with congressman bachmann? >> this is congresswoman bachmann advancing her views in a way that will go absolutely no where. zero prospect that will happen. but, again, when you have people in districts who are reflecting the most extreme elements in their own party, because primaries are where they face the greatest potential risk, this is what you get. and, you know, michele bachmann made her name as somebody on the right wing of the republican party who was especially aggressive and in your face to democrats and to president obama in particular, she certainly wants to maintain that reputation, and she is not going to get anywhere legislatively with this, but this doesn't -- given who she, what her identity is, probably doesn't hurt her that much politically. >> overall, john, is this a sign that we're off to a certain kind of start? did the 113th congress be as unpr
of congress? apparently by picking up right where they left off. as michele bachmann proudly boasted on twitter, quote, she introduced the first bill of the 113th congress to repeal obama care in its entirety. you might recall republicans have tried at least 33 times before this. those are efforts that have no chance of passing since the senate is controlled by the democrats, and the veto pen wielding president isn't likely to repeal his own health care bill. congresswoman bachmann is not alone picking up on old fights. in the first few days of the new congress, republicans have tried to re-engage in fights over anchor babies, defunding planned parenthood, and passing a personhood bill. in other words, here we go again. michael steele is the former chair of the republican national committee and an msnbc political analyst, and bob shrum is a democratic strategist. let's look at this one. here is michele bachmann, who might be fighting to repeat obama care, but john boehner concedes it's a losing battle. in an interview with abc after the election, the speaker said the election settled
bachmann or somebody else. and i think it says a lot about the decline. >> they're fading, too. michelle bachmann has faded, too. >> i think economic times are better. the demagogue doesn't work as well when the stock market is at a five-year high. >> do you think tina faye brought her down a little bit? >> totally. just as you were talking about biden being talked about on "snl," it completely toppled her. >> i still think a couple of those clips were tina faye. >> just won another award, the sag, screen actor's guilt she won again. laura ashburn, thanks for join us. dana, when we return, let me finish -- what the republicans need to avoid being a perennial second place party. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. [ man ] ring ring... progresso this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup.
, they could also listen to allen west or michele bachmann or somebody else. i think it says a lot about the declining. >> the ones you mention had faded to, michele bachmann. >> i think economic times are better. the demographic doesn't work as well when the stock market is at a five-year high. >> do you think that tina fey brought her down a bit? >> just as you were talking about biden being imitated on "snl," i think tina fey, and "game change", the movie completely toppled her. >> i still think a couple of those clips were tina fey. >> you can't tell. just won another aware, the s.a.g., the screen actors guild. she is good for something. thanks for joining us. dana, you're unbelievable. when we return -- you're unbelievable too. the republicans need to avoid being a parental second place party. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. [ female announcer ] going to sleep may be easy, but when you wake up in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as ne
fewer republicans than nancy pelosi lost democrats the last time. >> bret: nine. >> michele bachmann voted for boehner. this tells you how disorganized conservatives are in the end. two days after he proceeds over and endorses the massive tax increase going against basic republican principles. conservatives in the end make him speaker again. >> the caucus is in disarray. they didn't ban together in the fiscal cliff thing. the republicans have more leverage with the credit ceiling. you heard mitch mcconnell refer to it. it will depend if they use that leverage to whether they get together behind a common position. that will be john boehner's channel to deal with that. my gosh, i mean, i don't envy him as two more years as speaker but i don't know why he got re-elected. i don't think anybody else wanted the job. >> bret: former spea speaker dennis hastert has a rule named for him. majority of the majority, bringing forward a bill. don't bring forward a bill unless the majority of your own caucus supports that piece of legislation. talked about that going forward on brian kilmeade radio
how anybody could come to the conclusion that the country is a lot safer with michele bachmann having access to intel information. >> that's right. >> and will there be enough public support that could change her, that could remove her from the intel committee? >> probably not. i think boehner is so weakened, i don't think he would have the courage to do something like that, because i think we can't risk angering the far right wing. and there should be, ed. because as you point out, again, this is a woman who has already proven she can't be trusted with sensitive information, that she has no problem using it for her own political purposes, and she has no problem just talking off the cuff and saying all kinds of crazy things. >> karen finney, always a pleasure to have you "the ed show." that is "the ed show." i'm ed schultz. "the rachel maddow show" starts right now. good evening. >> good evening. thanks to you at home for staying with us this hour. in politics, the concept of low hanging fruit is something that ought to be politically attainable, even if nothing else can be done, righ
can join them on facebook. we are at face book.com/"news nation." >> michele bachmann is sticking by the tea party agenda to cut spending. she resinned the portion of president obama's order that gives members a pay raise. in the statement she said in part at a time when families are cutting back, we should not increase government spending and add by giving them a pay raise. we need to begin with ourselves and i urge them to join me in this effort. in pennsylvania governor corbett is moving forward with plans to sue the ncaa over sanctions imposed against state over the child text abuse scandal. they had a coarse of lawmaker who is raised objections to how money is being spent outside the state. the ncaa responded calling it an a front to all the victims and a set back to the university's efforts. it is time for the "news nation" gut check. a few hours left for the 112th congress with an all time low approval rating and being the least productive congress since the 1940s. what does your gut tell you? do you think the 113th congress will be more effective than the 112th? that does
the michelle bachmann treatment thing. or it could have gotten real creepy. remember this cover they could have worked you in there some way in a flattering and slimming fashion. governor christie, i wouldn't be too upset about it. first off you made the cover of "time" magazine. next time, there won't be a next time because by the time you run for president print media will be dead any way. >> jennifer: all right, well someone is always in our war room. check us out online at current.com slash "the war room." you can check out our web extra. thank you u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u u tomorrow. >> cenk: welcome to the "young turks." we've got a great show ahead for you guys. we have a pastor set to give the ben diction at the inauguration. >> tome mow schoolty is less than gods best. >> cenk: guess what happened? ladies and gentlemen, we got him. easy not giving the ben diction. how in the world did that happen? we're going to have that discussion. >> you saw biden's press conference interrupted by another shooting. did you see the case of a popular you tube channel abou
are basketball stars. scottie pippen. ted turner, the family of antisubsidy congresswoman michele bachmann. i none of these people lock laws. they jt own land that qualifies for handouts. >> but think about how much money we could save if these guy didn't pass so many laws that encourage freeloadi. >> bought the da, year after year, they micromanning life with subsidies and the winners are not the needy but people like bon jovi, ted turner, maurice, and, me. >> so, let's hope for an to end all these freeloading. that's our show for
lose its theme among republicans. michelle bachmann's repeal bill initially couldn't even find sponsors. governor jan bruin, the latest cave on medicare expansion in arizona. and speaker boehner even calls it the law of the land. these are the people whose main goal in unseating president obama was to go after the health care act. now, they've even weakened on that. >> right. and one of the key divisions within the republican party is, on the one side, you have people who recognize that the 2010 kind of tea party uprising was a momentary phenomenon. the backlash against it has effectively wiped it out. it will be around because it can be self sustaining because there's enough republican districts that you can have several dozen of these members in the house for the foreseeable future. and the other candidate that looked at the 2012 election and said we're on the wrong side of the demographic and political shifts that are happening here. what can we do to change the course of this. but the problem is that there are a ton of republicans who are just fine with controlling the house, contro
? >> you know, i think it is really interesting, one that he contributed to was michele bachmann that was -- she is so polarizing on the right, i was like, what is he doing, and suzanne suran don, who he was married to was one of the biggest occupy wall street supporters. charles: i first read the report, i thought what happened she left him for the ping-pong player, i thought he was just upset, this happened before this. >> that was in 06. charles: what the heck that was about? >> i don't know, just because you are in hollywood, and there is a democrat before you does not mean you will automatically agree, mark checke zucker burg n event for governor chris christie. charles: he is no longer a pure republican. i have if, he is becoming a hybrid, part republican part wharf. >> we'll take him. charles: you may need him. in the meantime, i understand why corporations do it, wall street donates to both sides, would this be an indicator to how he felt at the time knowing that news would come out later, shthat stuff? do people pull you over, and say, i like your side. >> i have been wi
people are governing two separate countries. you've got your colleague michele bachmann her first order of business is to put forward a bill to repeal obamacare for the 33rd time. people in the east are waiting for assistance that they need now! >> it is groundhog day. >> absolutely. >> stephanie: i think your colleague, representative andrews put it in stark terms for us that there is a guy on the new jersey boardwalk that lost his business that now didn't get the money in time and won't be able to open in spring. how does he keep a roof over his head and feed his kids? it is a timely thing right? >> how is he going to be able to contribute to the economic growth? he won't be doing anything. he can't. what happens to reinforcing this recession that you know, that people have faced. the point is that these are -- no one -- no one predicted this. no one is responsible for it. these are -- you know, it is a natural disaster. and there is a wonderful quote that says you know, this is part of the contract of government that citizens have. and when the levies break we need to be there so tha
% turnover rate. betty sutton of ohio had a 48% turnover rate. michele bachmann, republican from minnesota had a 46% turnover rate, and martin meehan of massachusetts had a 44% turnover rate. these are about the highest in the list that will -- we will also be looking at. tell me more anecdotes that you got from some staffers that you talked to about their experience on the hill? guest: sheila jackson lee has the most sensational, and most were documented by the "daily caller" which had a scathing exposÉ. people really want to talk bad about their boss, once you reach a certain point, if i willing to come forward. they document demanding limo rides one block from her house to her office, having drivers wait seven hours, cursing at people nonstop. sheila jackson lee was the worst. michele bachmann is the second highest incumbent, the minnesota republican who ran for president. here she is wanting to head the executive branch, and she had tremendous difficulty maintaining a staff of 20 with 46% annual turnover. there is a lawsuit pending in which about one dozen campaign staffers from her p
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